& # 39; I would go all out for Mauricio Pochettino & # 39; Wayne Rooney urges Manchester United to secure Tottenham manager as Jose Mourinho's replacement
- Wayne Rooney has given his verdict on who should be the boss of Manchester United
- The club legend praised the work of interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
- Rooney believes that United must adhere to their approach to developing youth
- He pointed to Mauricio Pochettino's record of placing players
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The Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney urged his former club to go all out and secure the services of Mauricio Pochettino for next season.
Frankly speaking of the situation at Old Trafford, Rooney is of the opinion that the Argentinian is the best man for the position.
The Red Devils filled the emptiness of the dismissed Jose Mourinho with the club icon Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has yet to lose or draw one game since he takes the lead.
Wayne Rooney says he would get everything out of the closet & # 39; for Mauricio Pochettino to become the boss of Manchester United
Pochettino has been closely connected with the role since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over the helm
While Rooney admires the work the Norwegian has done so far, he believes Pochettino is the ideal man to take over and follow in the footsteps of the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson.
First you have to give Ole a chance and that is a discussion that must take place with the Glazers, & # 39; said Rooney, speaking to ESPN FC.
& # 39; But if I had the opportunity to hire someone, I would go full-out for Pochettino.
Pochettino has built a strong reputation as a manager known for developing talent
I think Manchester United – especially in the past 20, 30 years since Alex Ferguson – has relied on youth players, young players, to help players through.
& # 39; I think (Pochettino) gets the best out of his players, whether they are younger or older.
& # 39; You see some of the young players he has transferred to Tottenham, Southampton, who started playing for the national team, so I think he ticks every box in terms of his quality as a coach, but also his willingness to give youth a chance. & # 39;
Solskjaer is ready to do something that his predecessor Mourinho did not do this week and leave the Lowry Hotel.
Solskjaer must lose one game or draw since he replaced Jose Mourinho
Mourinho stayed in the luxury hotel for two and a half years and was criticized for not having settled in Manchester.
But Solskjaer, who lived with his family in Cheshire when he was a player at United, is already trying to get out of his suite and after only six races he is already the caregiver – and despite the fact that he will return to Molde in May .
The bill for his short stay will be about £ 18,000 – much less than the £ 537,000 tab convened by Jose Mourinho in his time as United Manager.